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-energize the electricity lines. john. >> jim, we're still talking about evacuations in some cases and cleanup, what's the status of those? >> reporter: they are ongoing. there are still people that have not been evacuated and people are working in order to do that i talked with one young man yesterday who had just gotten out. let me tell you, some of the people coming out are very contrite having heard what governor christie said how they put other lives at risk. listen to this. >> i stayed in the house because i thought that, you know, it would probably be like last year, really nothing but i was wrong because as the storm got worse and i stayed in the house, i realized that i probably made a mistake. >> seaside heights is where he was from, one of the last evacuated there late afternoon and talked to him in an evacuation center. they thought they could stick it out and admit now they were wrong. >> jim in belmar, new jersey. still such a difficult situation for so many along the jersey shore. >> so sad, isn't it? >>> we have stunning images to show you out of connecticut. cnn ireporter george due
. appreciate it. we'll continue to get update. right now let's get to jim redick, director of emergency operation center in norfolk, virginia, by chesapeake bay on the eastern coast of that state. nice to talk with you. give me a sense of what your emergency preparations look like right now. what are you expecting? >> sure. as far as emergency protective actions, we've opened up shelters. we have four shelters with folks in there. we opened parking garages and work with norfolk public schools and private sector partners in terms of providing safe havens on higher ground so those living in low-lying areas are able to park their vehicles there. we closed do flood walls and working with our community partners. we're woging as one team here, public, private, not for private, higher education and military working together to respond to this incident. the current status, as was just reported, we're expecting a lot worse later today, around 9:30, 10:00 with high tide over 7 feet. winds are looking up. sustained wind of 39 miles per hour, tropical force wind levels. with the saturated ground an
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